Conceived as a kind of different Drum'n'Bass album for a couple of years, the LP entitled "We Have To Hold Apart" was born as a collection of really confusing & probably even refreshing Clicks'n'Bass tunes - until the Winter of 2002/03.
Sharply cut pieces of old school drum machines and disfigured crackles of synthosaurs create a shaky uptempo 7/8th bleep blues.
Everything is screeching on a dusty silver tray, tasty served with juicy FX. Filled up with several ambient and illbient works, this LP shows all excesses LXC never has dared to get involved in before: minimal techno, dark downbreaks, field recordings and whatnot.
Come in and never find out of this odd little world that is what Drum'n'Bass never was and IDM never will be. And by the way, open a new chapter of Plainaudio - Experimental. Uuh!